iProspect appoints Stefan Bardega as President EMEA and Jack Swayne as CEO London

22 January 2019

Leading performance marketing agency, iProspect, today announces the promotion of Stefan Bardega to President, EMEA and Jack Swayne to CEO, London.

Bardega will transition from his current role as CEO of iProspect UK and Ireland to President, EMEA in March.  He will be responsible for the growth and development of the business across the region, which comprises 53 offices and over 2,200 staff.

Ruth Stubbs, Global President for iProspect, said: “Since joining iProspect just over two years ago, Stefan has transformed the UK business, bringing in a new leadership team, an innovative client centric structure, accelerated our data and technology capabilities, all whilst nurturing an enviable agency culture. Staff satisfaction, client satisfaction and revenue are all increasing with double-digit growth, which is an incredible achievement in such a short space of time. I’m delighted to continue working with Stefan in his expanded remit where he can have even more impact across our network.”

Bardega takes over the position from Mark Fagan, who moves from the role of President EMEA and Business Operations into the new role of Global Business Operations focussing on operational excellence, automation and product consistency.

In addition, Jack Swayne, Managing Director of iProspect London, is promoted to CEO of the London business with immediate effect. In his new role, Swayne will oversee the London and Stafford offices which comprises 400 performance marketing specialists. Swayne will be responsible for growing the business and leading the team to continued success.

Stefan Bardega, iProspect EMEA President, said: “Jack has been an incredible asset to the London operation in his role as MD. He has been instrumental in building the business, accelerating our product development, and developing our high-performing team. I have every confidence he will excel in his new expanded role as CEO.”

Mark Fagan, iProspect Global Business Operations, added: “As automation continues to transform our business, there is an urgency for us to democratise our processes at scale. We have an obligation to further drive efficiencies for our business as well as continuously improve the value and consistency we deliver for our clients, everywhere.”